Actually, the dollar is legally defined in terms of grains of silver. The bimetallic system, especially with designated dollar values instead of simply bonafide weights, created more turmoil than it was worth.
Perhaps, but what does the day of vindication mean for the share price?
I won't use new money (at least for the short term), but I will continue to reinvest dividends.
There are no "findings," only assertions. Seeing this move into a judicial venue is a plus. If they feel confident of vindication, laying out a framework to pay something that isn't owed would seem to be a waste of time.
Management's statement regarding their ongoing stock repurchase program looks like flicking boogers on the tax man to me.
Words mean things and which group of minds do you suspect to be more shrewd, the company's CPA and legal staff or that of the CRA?
There's still the likelihood that the CRA's assertions are unfounded. Given the global situation as well as the growing costs of the socialist environment in Canada, money grubbing by governmental shrews seems all the more the course of action we should expect.
In most cases, the silver flow to SLW is created as a by-product of mining something else...zinc...copper, whatever.
I also follow developments in the solar energy sector. Demand for silver ain't going away. If anything, it will grow and dynamically. If they were paying a dividend today, I'd plow it right back into SLW shares. We're golden.
Empirically, I would have to agree. The BDI takes into consideration 5 sizes of ships so there doesn't seem to be a need for a deflator to determine what is transpiring.
The Marine Traffic site is quite telling, too. There is no "stream of ships" moving either easterly or westerly across the Atlantic as has been the case in more robust economic conditions. I think it is plainly stated that the Index is revealing chronic decline in global business activity.
So, when do the additional defaults begin to occur?
Looked at it lately? It has NEVER been this low.
Last week Zero Hedge posted an article saying that right now then there wasn't a single cargo ship coming to the US or from the US going to Europe... not even one.
I like our chances once the fog lifts.
You can buy a gun online (I've done it), but they do not ship direct to the purchaser. Instead, the buyer must specify to which FFA holding dealer will receive the weapon and if that dealer isn't already in the registry for the weapon seller, then the FFA holder must submit documentation to the selling dealer.
I have a friend that holds an FFA, Class III. He builds weaponry for local law enforcement. Last time I was at his place he was testing a .50 cal set up on an AR platform.
Seems that suddenly there has been a return to luster. Is it geopolitical turmoil or the recognition that things are going into the toilet? I'm thinking it's the latter.
The board's Bolsheviks cannot wrap their minds around ideas centered on freedom, political or economic.
"What most of the gun grabbers fail to understand is, as John Locke stated — “self-defense is the first law of nature,” as each person owns their own life and no other person having a right to take that life.
Those who would attempt to stop you from defending yourself are attacking the very right from which all other rights are derived; protection of one’s own life."
Is it safe to say that Posse Comitatus is even still in effect? I say that because of The Military Commissions Act and The Continuity in Government Act. Together they seem to have side stepped it.